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7 March 2002

Workers Demand Independent Health Assessment [India]

Author: United Citizens Council of Kodaikanal, Palni Hills Conservation Council, and Greenpeace India

Employees from the now-closed controversial Hindustan Lever Thermometer thermometer factory in Kodaikanal today condemned the company's efforts to stifle their right to demand an independent medical and health evaluation for the mercury contamination...

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7 March 2002

Workers Demand Independent Health Assessment [India]

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1 February 2002

Being seen to be green helps corporate image

Author: Michael Skapinker, Financial Times

An FT survey that gave companies plaudits for their environmental record included some surprise choices [includes reference to Body Shop, BP, Royal Dutch/Shell, Toyota, Microsoft, Procter & Gamble, Vivendi, Honda, Ford, Siemens, GE, IBM,...

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24 January 2002

CorpWatch article criticises UN Global Compact (refers to Aventis, DaimlerChrysler, Nike, Rio Tinto, Norsk Hydro, Royal Dutch/Shell, Unilever)

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24 January 2002

Greenwash + 10: The UN's Global Compact, Corporate Accountability and the Johannesburg Earth Summit

Author: Kenny Bruno, CorpWatch

[includes reference to Unilever]

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24 January 2002

Greenwash + 10: The UN's Global Compact, Corporate Accountability and the Johannesburg Earth Summit

Author: Kenny Bruno, CorpWatch

[includes references to Aventis, DaimlerChrysler, Nike, Rio Tinto, Norsk Hydro, Royal Dutch/Shell, Unilever]

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4 January 2002

Policy Note: The Future of the Global Compact Learning Forum

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1 December 2001

[PDF] Regulating business via multistakeholder initiatives: A preliminary assessment

Author: Peter Utting, United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD)

...this paper seeks to examine why multistakeholder initiatives have emerged as one of the dominant regulatory approaches in recent years...The schemes referred to include AA1000, the Clean Clothes Campaign, the Ethical Trading Initiative, the Fair...

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19 October 2001

Letters to the Editor: Globalisation with a heart

Author: letter to editor from Anthony Westenberg, in Financial Times

Sir, I write regarding your article on Unilever's role in the "anti-globalisation" movement through its Ben & Jerry's subsidiary ("Unilever funds anti-capitalists", October 16). Hurray for them!...Many of those activist organisations are not...

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16 October 2001

Unilever funds anti-capitalists: Groups gain millions through Ben & Jerry's takeover

Author: James Harding, Financial Times

Unilever, one of the world's biggest multinationals, has given millions of dollars through its Ben & Jerry's subsidiary to anti-globalisation protest groups and critics of corporate greed...The company has made Dollars 5m (Pounds 3.4m) available...

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